Rebuilding the Houses of Parliament  

This week's guest is Caroline Shenton.

London, Literature and Apocalypse  

Brace yourself - it's all doom and gloom in this podcast. Rob Smith tells us


This week's guest is Henry Eliot


Jamie Owens is this week's guest.

The Waste Land  

Tina Baxter is this week's guest.

This Is London  

Ben Judah is this week's guest

London Bushcraft  

This week we're learning the skills of bushcraft in London with Wendy Paton.

The Bike Courier  

What's it like being one of London's 'knights of the road' - a cycle courier? We meet Jon Day to find out...

The Great Fire and its Monument  

The 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London is September 2016, so we're visiting The Monument with David Laird, and taking a trip to the top of the doric column in the City.

The Ben Uri  

The rather unassuming facade of Ben Uri in St John's Wood hides one of the best collections of emigre art in the country. We went to find out more about this fascinating place with learning manager, Katie Harris and Artuner's Eva Mak. You can read Eva's article on the gallery here: http://www.artuner.com/insight/best-kept-secrets-finale-ben-uri-gallery-museum/.

London At War  

In the second world war some 40,000 tonnes of bombs were dropped on London. What was that like, and what effect did such a bombardment have on the population? We find out with this week's guest, Robert Fleming, manager of the Templer Study Centre.

Rookeries of London  

Sarah Wise is this week's guest.

So You Think You Know London?  

This week's guest is our own Matt Brown.

My Friend The Celeriac  

This week NQW talks to food expert Kim Smith of Gluten-Free Gatherings about eating on a restricted diet in London, finds out where to eat like a caveman, and uncovers her past in the murky world of artificial flavourings and ready meals...

Meanwhile, in East Ham...  

Guests this week are Sue Sinton Smith, Rachel Matthews and Liz Clough.

Hitchcock's Home  

This week we're at the home of Alfred Hitchcock, Leystonstone, with Dee Wood.

Fred and Dorothy  

A trip to Leighton House Museum with Daniel Robbins.

Stations Lost and Found  

Ben Pedroche shows N Quentin Woolf around King's Cross - and an abandoned tube station. Picture credit: dakota_boo from the Londonist Flickr pool

The First Public Gallery  

We're at the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery - Dulwich Picture Gallery - with Ian Dejardin, the gallery's Sackler Director. The gallery is one of London's most wonderful gems, and owner of one of the finest collections of Old Master paintings in the world.

London Immigration  

We're at the Museum of Immigration just off Brick Lane with Susie Symes, chair of trustees at 19 Princelet Street -- aka the Museum of Immigration. London wouldn't be what it is without immigration across the ages. Here we're exploring what that's meant for the city and how refugees, economic migrants, and other immigrants have changed the face of the capital.

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